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by The Emotional Automaton

A project made single-handedly by a high school senior who is anti-pop and loves Radiohead; so this album is experimental, home-grown and indie at its core, while still being as terrible as a local band; enjoy with extreme caution.
Genre: New Age: Progressive Alternative
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1. Emotional
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2. Automaton
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3. Victoria
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4. A Song That Will Inevitably Wade Around in the Flood of Songs About a Girl
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5. (Interlude) From All the Sad Things in the World
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6. (Requiem) All Things Die, but Ideas Live Forever
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7. James 4:14
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8. The Hipster & Him' and 'I
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9. Minimalism
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10. Skipping Stones
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Album Notes
This album* was made single-handedly by Adam Baker with the exception of Skipping Stones. It is homegrown and indie at its core. All proceeds go to the Infinite Industry. It is a very worthy cause indeed. Your charitable donations will most likely go to sustenance for supplying "the artist" his creative brain energies which will then in turn churn out more music.

Thank you for your time. Fair warning: this album is terribly homemade. Enjoy with extreme caution.

released 31 May 2012
Drums, Piano, Guitar, Bass, Vocals, Accordion and Technological Rendering of Soundscapes: Adam Baker

*This album is not recommended for listening.


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Adam Bates

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This album is alright; the guy's better live, has a lot of stories to tell and really has a ton of depth to his thinking and song-writing. I respect that, but this album is a lo-fi piece of trash. The man doesn't have the finances to make a better one though, so it's cool that it's cheap. Plus he's a Washingtonian, which is pretty cool.